(466) Walking Into A Dore

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Paul Dore and Pj Kwong, co-hosts and producers of the Open Kwong Dore Podcast join us this week for a break from our regular programming. Today we talked for the whole show about the role of storytelling and ethics in social movements.

Paul and Pj help Daryn discuss an article about the failure of the occupy/protest movement, and much more about how stories and narrative shape our minds and by extension our world.

You can learn more about Paul Dore here and Pj Kwong here.

Also, if you are interested in learning more about the live storytelling project we we’re talking about, and are in the Toronto area they happen once a month and you can learn more and get updates here.

The article we discussed for much of the middle of the show is here:

Deborah Doane: The protest movement is failing: it’s fighting the same old battles with the same poor results

Some other articles I bookmarked but we didn’t get to…

President Obama Doubles Down on Clean Energy

Charles Koch Blasts President Obama for Comments Made at Climate Speech

How the Harper Government has Helped Mining Companies Plunder Africa

Sympathy for Stephen Harper: Imagine that everyone you trusted had lied to you

Enbridge Line 9 changing hands

The New Mass Extinction: There’s A Pipeline Ready To Burst Under The Great Lakes

This weeks music!

Kim Mitchell “Rockland Wonderland” & Trooper “Raise A Little Hell”

Please check out our Climate Cartoons Series!

We need your help to share this new project to help explain renewable energy to students, politicians and voters, and they are only 2 min! You can watch and share here: http://www.greenmajority.ca/climate_cartoons

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